HALIO solves the problem of managing daylight by reducing solar heat, minimizing glare, and blocking UV while maximizing window-to-wall ratios. No need for shades or curtains. See your world unobstructed.

We develop and manufacture the world’s most advanced electrochromic technology. Our autonomously tinting smart glass reacts in real-time, uniformly, offering 101 levels (in cool grays), transitioning in 3 minutes, from clear to fully tinted. It is controlled by an AI cloud-based system with minimal on-premise electronics and a Sky Camera that seamlessly integrates into any smart building management system.

HALIO delivers energy savings, increases property value, enables tax credits, and enhances occupant productivity and wellness, while allowing architects the greatest freedom of design choice with unobstructed views.

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HALIO for Mixed-Use/Retail

Studies show that daylight in a mixed-use/retail/service environment lifts spirits and improves wellness, increases visitors and dwell time leading to increased retail and occupant satisfaction. A HALIO Smart Glass building brings value to the community, enables tax credits, and sets the standard for energy efficiency and sustainability.

Unobstructed Views
Retail Revenue
Daylight Amenity
Saves Energy/OpEx
Increases Lease Value
Meets Building Codes
Reduces GHG
Design Aesthetics
Future Ready Design

Gare Maritime


17,600 sq ft glass
484,000 sq ft building
Glass Type
HALIO Smart Glass


Aug 2019
Oct 2020
Nov 2020

Project Team

Neutelings Riedijk Architects
Extensa Group
Gen. Contractor

This award-winning, BREEAM Outstanding building used HALIO smart glass as part of the transformation of c1871 railway station into a covered sustainable city of tomorrow and destination in Europe.

We chose HALIO for the renovation of Gare Maritime for three reasons: 1: because it is so user friendly. 2: because with HALIO there is no need to add extra elements to the facade of the 100-year-old structure. And 3: because it is in line with the circular economy concept we had in mind.

Peter De Durpel
COO Extensa Group